What is Jennifer's boyfriend's name?
Does that guy have a name?
Or are we just supposed to project rage on some nameless, faceless bad guy for some supposed sleights against a raving lunatic?
Trying to Make Mountain Bikers Primary Users in Sedona
First of all I would like to thank several viewers of this thread for not outing Jennifer's boyfriend. Her boyfriend has contributed several thousands of hours to the mountain biking user-built trail work before dating Jennifer (BDJ) and now after BDJ he has been the #1 Sedona FS volunteer doing the same work.
He unlike any FS volunteer he came into his position with more hands on trail building experience than any other FS volunteer ever in the history of the USFS. If any of you don't believe me (sometimes I stretch the reality curve a LITTLE) just ask Justin. Justin has now been under the tutelage of Jennifer's boyfriend since about a year after BDJ, and he can tell us what he has learned from working under Jennifer's boyfriend and along side of him.
Jennifer's boyfriend is one of the hardest working trail builders I have ever had the opportunity to work with. He isn't as concerned about erosion potential of a new constructed trail as I am, but he can move more large pieces of rock with a 6' steel bar than anyone I have ever seen (that's not entirely true but close).
What is interesting about this whole relationship is that Jennifer doesn't seem to realize he boyfriend has done a thousand times more user built trail work before BDJ and a little after BDJ than I ever have.
So after I did my sentence and paid my fine in full before I was sentenced, for doing the Tea Cup repair work I asked her to be the trail boss on the Anaconda trail, she once again thru me under the bus and said NO WAY JOSE. We are not going to let you work on an authorized FS project because you have shown NO REMORSE for your previous transgression. If some of us don't see the hypocrisy in that train of thought then my name isn't TD.
I mean I am not the smartest passionate trail worker on earth like Jennifer's boyfriend but at least I have some passion about keeping trails in good working order, so why not give me a break like she has given her boyfriend?
Anyway, she and Heather have chosen to make me suffer the rest of the days I have on this great earth and I will just have to keep documenting the history of how that suffering is affecting someone who has put their heart and soul into making Sedona a great world class mountain bike destination.
As we all know mountain bikers are not recognized by the FS as primary users of the trail system. We are only allowed to use trails that the primary users (i.e. pedestrians, hikers, equestrians) have been designated to use the trail. I you don't believe me just read the Handbook.
I, Jennifer's boyfriend and about eight others have tried to show the FS that the mountain bikers should be considered as primary users in the Coconino National Forest because we volunteered more effort into the great Sedona mountain bike trail system than any other group of volunteers before BDJ or after BDJ. Not only that but we don't mind sharing the fruits of those efforts with the hiking community of Sedona as long as they don't give us JAZZ (as Bill O'Reilly would say) about it.
Now if you really want to find out who Jennifer's boyfriend is because your dying of curiosity you might want to check out Rama Jon's new book. It is fast becoming one of the hottest mountain biking books on Sedona mountain biking ever. Not only is Rama giving us the opportunity to see who Jennifer's boyfriend is, but he is donating some of the proceeds of his book towards a funding mechanism to perpetuate the progress of making mountain bilkers primary users on certain trails in Sedona.
If he could just get Jennifer and her boyfriend to sign the book with a little comment like he did on my copy, the book would be flying off the sheves in the local Sedona bike shops. This would greatly help our cause in Sedona by letting people around the world know mountain bike trail building is a good thing. It allows people to travel long distances, get needed exercise, view beautiful scenery and enjoy the social benefits of riding with a bunch of like minded friends and possibly future friends.